Transfer Important Files before Factory Reset
A factory reset is a process of restoring the device to its original system state by erasing all of the files and data saved on the device. Doing so could fix the system crashing or PC running slow problem but will also erase all of data, settings and applications on your PC. If you don’t back up your data before performing a factory reset, the files probably will not be recovered once they are lost. So it’s suggested to transfer your important files before performing a factory reset.
How to transfer important files if system fails to boot?
It’s recommended to use Renee PassNow which has already helped more than 3,000,000 users to fix the system issue. Renee PassNow can transfer files to another disk or partition when the Windows can’t boot normally. Here’s how to transfer files using Renee PassNow:
Step 1: Download and install Renee Passnow on any other workable computer.
Step 2: Launch Renee Passnow. Create bootable media with USB/CD/DVD.
Step 3: Boot the target computer with the created bootable media.
Step 4: After loading into the main interface of Renee Passnow, please select “Data Transfer” function.
Step 5: Select the original disk and target disk. And drag the target files to the target disk directly.
How to Reset Dell Computer to Factory Settings in Windows 10
Solution 1: Perform a Factory Reset via Windows Recovery Environment
Solution 2: Perform a Factory Reset Using Built-in Recovery Option in Windows 10
Solution 3: Perform a Factory Reset from BIOS
The users who are using the latest Dell computer such as Inspiron series could reset Dell computer via BIOS setup. This way will also reset Dell computer to the original state but usually erase the system drive (C drive). Please make sure that you have backed up or transferred your files before you follow the steps as below. If you are using Dell laptop, please also remember to plug in it before you reset it.
You will be prompted whether you back up files or not. If you have already transferred your important files, you could skip the backup.
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